The giant American SUV is back! Not too long ago, Americans were fixated with huge SUV’s. Seating for 29, leather seats, and a V8 engine made these things…hard to park, and very thirsty at the pump. The luxury barges were pretty disappointing too (Escalade/Navigator). With their cheap interiors and “look at me!” styling, these LuxUV’s… Read more »
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In 1968, Americans bought cars that were made here. Audi’s, BMW’s, Jaguar’s. Those were called “fussy foreign jobs”, and it would be several decades before those cars would become mainstream. So, if you wanted a sporty set of wheels in 1968, your choices were GM, Ford, Chrysler or American Motors. 1968 Ford Mustang Ford’s little… Read more »
After several decades of unimaginative designs, Detroit decided to take on the future by using a page from its storied past. Called “Retro”, this new/old design philosophy took hold of the car business sometime in the mid-90’s, giving us such fads as the PT Cruiser, and the Chevrolet SSR. The idea was to not only… Read more »
Today we’re going to look at two very different German sedans. One is distinctly European, and features all of the typical Germatic build-quality, and luxury features that you’d expect from a “premium sedan”. And the other is a re-bodied Passat. In the 1990’s, we would’ve called these “Near Luxury” cars. They start below $30k, they… Read more »
Written by Suzanne Kane Mention luxury sport sedan and immediately several automakers spring to mind, among them Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz. The fact that other automakers are increasingly entering the compact luxury sport sedan field is testament to consumer demand for such cars. Two erstwhile competitors in this class are the Audi A4 and the… Read more »
Mention the words “muscle car” and there’s no doubt two erstwhile competitors will come to mind: Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang. In fact, the two sporty coupes have fought it out for most of the last four decades. The only time Mustang reigned supreme was during Camaro’s seven-year hiatus (2003-2009). Chevy finally resurrected the Camaro… Read more »
Oil reserves are being depleted, the ozone layer is disappearing, and there’s always a natural disaster special to watch on CNN. So the world is clearly changing. Further evidence of this can be found in the compact car segment. Once the domain of poor college students & bank tellers who wanted to retire early, compact… Read more »
The two best selling cars in America are the Toyota Camry & the Honda Accord. It’s been that way for years, and baring the total abandonment of the automobile as means of transportation, it will probably continue to be that way for generations to come. It’s common knowledge that the Camry and the Accord are… Read more »
There is a common misconception among young families. They think that purchasing a minivan means that they’ve conformed. They’ve succumbed to the suburban stereotype, and will henceforth be stuck in the carpool lane. This is why crossovers have become so popular. You get school bus-grade seating, with the look of a truck. And that somehow… Read more »